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Travel Blogs from Lakes Entrance
At this Log Cabin Ranch students enjoyed playing volleyball, different rope courses, slide, miniature golf, petting animals and birds.
A random stop on our way to the High Country and our first free camping site (thank goodness as we average $70 per night). With a 30 second walk to the beach, the boys thought it was paradise. They played in the sand, washed the plates in the sea water and even lit ...
... and got advice on how to best tackle the repair. I was hoping the repair would be finished by Wednesday as Chuck & Cheryl were returning from Melbourne that day, however, they had completed the repair on the location we had indicated and after blowing up the pontoon, it went down again so there was another hole somewhere and they had to try and locate it.
The four of us were leaving on a four day trip on the Friday in the Prado to ...
... I spent the next day throwing up! Kevin went for walks, but I was grounded and felt awful.
Yesterday we had showers on and off all day. Drove to Buchan detouring to see the trestle bridge along the way. It is still standing, last used in 1988, but unsafe to even walk on now. We missed the Bucan Cave tour, which to be honest we were only half sure we were going to do. I was still feeling really dodgy. There are two caves to explore there , ...
... few meals.
We then drove to Nowa Nowa where I got the bike out to attack the rail trail. It was a bit rougher than I expected but I was going ok when I got a back tire puncture.
Heather had driven on to Orbost and had to drive back most of the way to collect me.
But we go to this lovely caravan park beside the Snowy river just in time to see the sun setting over the river.
We will sleep well tonight.